A SWIFT Code/BIC (bank identification code) is a unique identification code of a particular bank, used when transferring cross-border payments. The SWIFT Code contains characters.
An IBAN (international bank account number) code is used to identify an individual account involved in the international transaction.
Both an IBAN and SWIFT code will be required for an international wire transfer. To obtain this information, you can check your bank account statement or contact your financial institution.